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Top 100 Most Usefull Idioms And Phrases


Top 100 Most Usefull Idioms And Phrases

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100 Idioms And Phrases For One Day Exam

  1. Above all ⇔ (chiefly, mainly)(सबसे अधिक)
  2. On Account of ⇔ (due to, for the reason)(के कारण)
  3. On no account ⇔ (not for any reason)(बिना किसी कारण के )
  4. Above board ⇔ (honest, beyond reproach)(स्पष्ट,ईमानदारी से)
  5. To give a good account of oneself ⇔ (to act with credit to oneself)
  6. A fidus Achates ⇔ (a faithful friend)
  7. The heel of Achilles ⇔ (a week point) (कमजोर हिस्सा)
  8. An Adonis ⇔ (a very handsome man) (सुन्दर पुरूष)
  9. To build castles in the air ⇔ (To day dream)(हवाई किले बनाना)
  10. To assume airs ⇔ (to affect superiority)
  11. To air one’s opinions ⇔ (to give vent to one’s feeling in public)
  12. To stand aloof ⇔ (To keep to oneself and not mix with others)
  13. To lead to the altar ⇔ (to marry)(विवाह बंधन में बंधना)
  14. An Amazon ⇔ (a warlike masculine woman) (एक साहसी महिला )
  15. An Ananias ⇔ (a liar) An Apollo (a man with perfect physique)
  16. The apple of discord ⇔ (cause of quarrel)(झगड़े की जड़)
  17. To upset the apple cart ⇔ (to disturb the peace) (शांति भंग करना)
  18. Apple pie order ⇔ (in perfect order) (बिल्कुल ठीक हालत मेेंं)
  19. Arcadian life ⇔ (a blissful, happy, rural and simple life)
  20. To keep a person at an arm’s length ⇔ (to avoid and keep distance from a person)(किसी से दूरी बनाये रखना)
  21. To take up arms ⇔ (to fight, to go to war)(लड़ने के लिेए तैयार )
  22. To have an axe to grind ⇔ (to have some selfish objective in view)
  23. Not to know a B from a bull’s foot ⇔ (to be ignorant of even the simplest things)
  24. A Babel ⇔ (a confused noise)
  25. To break the back of any thing ⇔ (to perform the most difficult part of it)
  26. To get one’s back up ⇔ (to rouse one’s anger)
  27. To backbite a person ⇔ (to slander or speak ill of someone)
  28. He has no backbone ⇔ (he has no will of his own)
  29. To cause bad blood ⇔ (to cause enmity)(शत्रुता का कारण)
  30. Bag and baggage ⇔ (with all one’s belongings)(बोरिया बिस्तर समेत)
  31. To keep the ball rolling ⇔ (to keep things going)
  32. Baptism of fire ⇔ (a soldier’s first experience of actual war)
  33. To call to the bar ⇔ (to admit as a barrister)
  34. Barmecide’s feast ⇔ (imaginary benefits)(आश्चर्यजनक लाभ)
  35. To beat about the bush ⇔ (to approach a matter in an indirect and round about manner)(बोत को इधर उधर घूमाना)
  36. To be dead beat ⇔ (worn out by fatigue)
  37. Bed and board ⇔ (lodging and food)
  38. As you make your bed, so must lie on it ⇔ (you will have to bear the consequences of your crimes or your own mistakes or misdeeds)
  39. To take to one’s bed ⇔ (to have to be confined to bed as a result of sickness)
  40. Bee-line ⇔ (the shortest distance between two places)(दो स्थानो के बीच की निकटतम दूरी)
  41. To go a begging ⇔ (to be sold very cheaply because no one cares to buy)
  42. Behind one’s back ⇔ (without one’s Knowledge)(बिना किसी ज्ञान के )
  43. Behind the scenes ⇔ (in private, out of sight)
  44. To bell the cat ⇔ (to undertake a dangerous task and the enemy is common)
  45. To hit below the belt ⇔ (to act unfairly in a contest)
  46. His better half ⇔ (a man’s wife)(पत्नी)
  47. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush ⇔ (certainty is better then possibility)
  48. An old bird is not to be caught with chaff ⇔ (experienced people are not easily fooled or deceived)
  49. To take the bit between one’s teeth ⇔ (to get out of control)
  50. To bite the dust ⇔ (to be defeated in battle)(युध्द में धूल चटाना)
  51. The biter bit ⇔ (to cheat the cheater)(धोखेबाज से धोखा)
  52. His bark was worse than his bite ⇔ (he usually makes a lot of vain verbal threats)
  53. A wet Blanket ⇔ (a person who is a discourage)
  54. In cold Blood ⇔ (deliberately)(निर्दयता से)
  55. Blood is thicker than water ⇔ (One usually takes the side of ones relation against another who is not one’s own blood)
  56. To blow hot and cold ⇔ (to do one think at one time and the opposite soon after)
  57. A blue stocking ⇔ (a learned woman)
  58. Once in a blue moon ⇔ (a very rare occurrence)(मुश्किल से, यदा -कदा)
  59. Blue ribbon ⇔ (the highest prize in any sport competition)
  60. At first Blush ⇔ (at first sight)
  61. In the same boat ⇔ (in the same misfortune or circumstances)
  62. A bolt from the blue ⇔ (a sudden)(अचानक आई विपत्ती)
  63. A bone of contention ⇔ (a cause of dispute)(झगड़े की जड़)
  64. A Book-worm ⇔ (a person always poring over books)(किताबी कीड़ा)
  65. By leaps and bounds ⇔ (with remarkable speed)(दिन दूनी रात चौगुनी)
  66. Breach of promise ⇔ (failure to keep a promise to marry one of whom you are betrothed)
  67. One’s bread and butter ⇔ (one’s means of livelihood)
  68. His bread is well butter ⇔ (he is in fortunate circumstance)
  69. The bread winner ⇔ (one who provides the means of livelihood for himself and his family)
  70. To Break in ⇔ (to tame, to control in a gentle manner)
  71. To break the news ⇔ (to tell someone some important news, usually bad news)
  72. To break the ice ⇔ (to be the first to begin)(चुप्पी तोड़ना)
  73. To breadth one’s last ⇔ (to die)(मर जाना)
  74. To breadth freely again ⇔ (to be no longer in a fear or anxiety)
  75. To make bricks without straw ⇔ (to attempt to do something without proper materials or due preparations)
  76. Never cross the Bridge until you come to it ⇔ (don’t anticipate difficulties)
  77. It is an broad as it is long ⇔ (it is the same whichever way you view it)
  78. To brow beat ⇔ (to bully)
  79. To kick the bucket ⇔ (to die)(मर जाना)
  80. John bull ⇔ (an Englishman)(एक अंग्रेज व्यक्ति)
  81. To burry the hatchet ⇔ (to forget past quarrels and be friends again)
  82. Good wine needs no bush ⇔ (there is no need to advertise something good)
  83. To raise cain ⇔ (to rebuke severely)
  84. To take the cake ⇔ (to take the first prize)
  85. To burn the candle at both ends ⇔ (to expend energy in two directions at the same time)
  86. If the cap fits, wear it ⇔ (if you think the remarks refer to you)
  87. Capital punishment ⇔ (the death sentence or penalty)(बहुत बड़ी सजा, मृत्युदंड)
  88. To put the cart before the horse ⇔ (to do first what ought to be done afterwards)
  89. To let the cat out of the bag ⇔ (to expose the trick)
  90. To fight like cats and dog ⇔ (to be always quarrelling and fighting)(हमेशा झगड़ते रहना)
  91. Care killed the cat ⇔ (don’t fret and worry yourself to death)
  92. See which way the cat jumps ⇔ (sit on fence)
  93. To rain cats and dogs ⇔ (to rain incessantly)(मूसलाधार वर्षा)
  94. He is a cat’s paw ⇔ (one used as a to something dangerous)
  95. To Catch one’s eye ⇔ (to attract attention)
  96. To take the chair ⇔ (to preside a meeting)
  97. She is no chicken ⇔ (she is older than she says)
  98. Chicken hearted ⇔ (weak, timid)(डरपोक व्यक्ति)
  99. Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched ⇔ (don’t calculate your gains before they are realized)
  100. A chip of the old block ⇔ (a son resembling his father in face disposition, habits etc.)

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